Inter Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello has explained that Nerazzurri owners Suning have no intentions of selling any of their shares in the club.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster SportItalia, the executive denied rumours that the current owners are looking for new investors and reiterated that they are committed to working with him and other directors on moving the club forward.
Suning’s problems with debt and liquidity in China are widely reported, while the Nerazzurri have also had to deal with financial troubles and restrictions which have been exacerbated by loss of revenue from the pandemic.
However, the club have gotten off to a good start on the pitch this season after having looked to have navigated a difficult summer transfer window well, and Antonello is only focused on keeping this momentum going.
He sees Suning as fully committed to the club and does not think that they are planning to sell their shares in the Nerazzurri.
He explained, “It is still early, we are only at the beginning of a very long journey, we have started quite well. There are many games to face and the opponents are fierce. We have to do our part and then we will see what happens.”
“Marotta and I are working towards the goals we have set, on and off the pitch,” he went on. “We will see what could happen but to date there is no sign of any kind, let’s focus on the sporting results and hope to reach the end of the season to the satisfaction of our fans.”